Meridian Tong Ren Therapy
Tong Ren Therapy and Chinese medicine meridian principles
to create Meridian Tong Ren Therapy. The therapy employs six levels of
sources: Jing or essence, Qi or vital force, and Shen or spirit.
energetics: Du, Ren, Chong, Dai, Yin Chao, Yang Chao, Yin Wei and Yang Wei. They
are also known as eight extra meridians.
functions: Zhang, Fu, Qi, Blood, Tendon, Vessel, Bone, Marrow.
Tamís healing system: HuaTo JaJi and Qi Loop, etc.
Physiologic energetics: 12 regular meridians.
Effective points: empirical points, trigger points,
ashi points, scars, etc.
Based on the six levels of energetics, Master Liao has developed more than 20
protocols. Below are some examples:
Tonify prenatal qi, postnatal qi, yin organs, etc.
yin deficiency heat, blockage of yin/yang meridians, etc.
hormones, blood, immunity, etc.
Strengthen memory, muscle, tendon, vessel, bone and
Cleanse and nourish brain
stasis and detox organs
Waistline management, prolapsed organs
Prevent degeneration, hay fever, etc.
sequelae, sports injury, etc.
Below is a statement from Master Liao on Meridian Tong Ren Therapy:
Liao usually performs Meridian Tong Ren Therapy using the following steps:
Charge energetic source by feeding collective unconscious energy
Direct qi to the illness meridians
Focus on the local illness
About 2 minutes after the healing begins, individuals will feel
some warmth, coolness, tightness, soreness, tingling, sleepiness, or even lifted
by the qi. In general, the more healing sessions, the stronger the sensation of qi is
experienced. During a healing session, the qi sensation usually scatters to the four limbs first. Then, it gradually fills up the limbs, and is followed by the
torso. During the healing process, some could feel the moving sensation of qi.
For some, the moving force is deep and strong, but for others, it could be
shallow and thin. The healing is quite enjoyable if one can feel the qi. If not,
it is still effective, but may be boring for the patients.
Meridian Tong Ren Therapy is appropriate for the following cases:
exercise, sports injuries, pain or cramps in limbs, etc.
degeneration prevention, osteoporosis, etc.
and immune imbalance such as hay fever, menopause, etc.
or depression, loss of memory and disturbing dreams, etc.
fatigue, overweight, slow metabolism and prolapsed organs, etc.
Sequelae of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, stroke and surgery, etc.
medication, overdosage of vitamins, etc.
During the treatment, it is essential to keep yourself warm, and avoid wind and cold. Please "dry wash" your hands and face right after the healing and wait for 5 minutes before going outdoors into a cold temperature.
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